Garmin Rally power meter pedals review

Garmin's power meter family lets you swap one spindle between pedal bodies, maintaining consistent data across all disciplines. At a cost.

Garmin Rally pedals
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Rally family carries over everything we loved about the Vector 3s, and nothing we didn’t. The unique selling point is the ability to swap the spindles between road and off-road riding, but buyers should be aware that this is not a quick pre-ride job and nor is it the most cost-effective solution.

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    Most multi-discipline riders change bikes more often than it is practical to change spindles

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Garmin’s Rally power meter pedals aim to be the very first to provide true cross-compatibility for riders of varying disciplines - with a single spindle that can be swapped between RS (Shimano), RK (Look) and XC (Shimano SPD) style pedals. The goal is to provide reliable data on any bike the owner chooses to ride.

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Descending Recovery Sweetspot session, average interval power
1 - warm up115115
2 - sweetspot223221
3 - recovery141141
4 - sweetspot224222
5 - recovery129131
6 - sweetspot220222
7 - recovery131136
8 - sweetspot221224
11 - cool down126129

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